Need To Capitalize For The Win

This Week’s NIBCO / Menards Chevrolet Camaro at Chicagoland Speedway
Brandon Jones has one previous NASCAR XFINITY Series start at Chicagoland Speedway, finishing 10th in last year’s race at the 1.5-mile track. The 20-year-old driver also has one previous NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start and one ARCA Racing Series Presented by Menards starts at the midwestern speedway.

Welcome, NIBCO
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A family-owned and run company started in 1958, Menards currently operates 305 stores located in 14 Midwestern states. Menards is known throughout the home improvement industry as the low price leader; it’s no wonder their famous slogan – “SAVE BIG MONEY” – is so widely known and easy to remember. Menards does things right – the company’s strength and success can be seen in the well-stocked and maintained stores, the lowest prices in town, and the way Guests are always treated like family.

Meet Brandon Jones
Brandon Jones is scheduled to stop by the XFINITY Zone for a Q&A session at 10:45 a.m. local time on Saturday, September 16 in Chicagoland’s Champions Park. Stop by, ask a question and grab an autograph before he qualifies later that morning.

Chicagoland Speedway marks the final race for the NASCAR XFINITY Series before the Playoffs begins. Will the race hold more intensity for you than other ones this season?

“The race this weekend at Chicago is definitely crunch time for us, along with a majority of teams in the garage. Chicago has been a track I’ve enjoyed, and I’m looking forward to getting back there this weekend. It’s going to be a weekend where we need to capitalize on everything we can, and ultimately bring home the win to make the Playoffs. Chicagoland is a track I feel confident at. We finished 10th there last year in the XFINITY Series, and I had a strong run in the ARCA race as well until the transmission went out. I’ll be in the ARCA race again this Thursday night, so I’m hopeful that extra track time will pay off for the XFINITY race on Saturday.”